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Information for The Snowman at Peacock Theatre, West End (Dance or ballet). When a little boy builds a snowman in his garden, little does he know what Christmas Eve has in store for him. That night, he can't sleep, so he opens the front door and amazingly the snowman has come to life. The boy shows him into a cozy home and, in return, the snowman introduces the boy to his wintry world. They join hands and fly up into the night. As they fly, other snowman from the surrounding gardens take off to join them as they travel to the Snowman's Ball where Father Christmas gives the boy a present of a scarf. Next morning, having returned home, the boy is saddened to find the snowman has melted. His tears turn to joy however when he discovers the scarf and he remembers his fantastic journey.
Book by Raymond Briggs. Music Howard Blake. Lyrics Howard Blake. Company Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Choreographer Robert North. Director Bill Alexander. Design Ruari Murchison. Lighting Tim Mitchell.
The SnowmanSaturday, 20th November 2021
to Sunday, 2nd January 2022
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Tickets may be available directly from the venue. We do not currently have any links to on-line ticket agents for these performances.
- The theatre's own website: Peacock Theatre
- The theatre box office on 020 7863 8222
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